Supplement to my article, Oh, The Humanity! on Magnificent Nose.
In the article, I talked about how I make my characters more human by exploring how they’d react in mundane situations, and taking advantage of all of their senses. So in this blog post, I’ll go through that exercise for one of my main characters in my latest novel, Broken Blade.
This is a supplement to my article on the Magnificent Nose site, where I wrote about inspiration, and how I was inspired for my new story.
The thing is, it’s very easy to be inspired, but where do you go from there? I’ve spoken to people who say that they have all these ideas floating around, but don’t know what to do with them. So I thought I’d share how I work my own ideas into something that can withstand the structure of an entire novel.Continue reading
Now that my baby has gone out into the world of beta readers (was going to say big bad world, but my wonderful readers are neither big nor bad), I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about why I write.
So. Novel blurb (much thanks goes to Ry for the serial edits). Does it interest you? And if not, why? All feedback is greatly appreciated!Continue reading